A NEW BEGINNING FOR THIS WIDOWER AND HER YOUNG CHILDREN
The Lotus School Foundation team is elated to share the exciting news regarding the completion of the family of Chau Thi Te’s newly compassionate charity home. Due to the outbreak of Covid-19 during the summer, the new home was completed in September. The new house will give this widower and her young children a new beginning of a life with safety and security.
Many hearts and hands were involved in building this beautiful traditional 80m2 Hmong style-inspired home. Due to the rural mountainous poor infrastructure and to keep the building cost at an economical budget of $6,521, the building supplies and materials were transported by motorcycles and on foot. Over 3 tons of cement and more than 10,000 pieces of bricks were transported up the mountain.
We sincerely extend our deep gratitude to our amazing team, Father Peter Binh, Mai, Thom, and Huy for their effort in seeing this project to its completion. Most importantly, this compassionate home would not have been possible without the generous sponsorship of Tran Boelsterli and her supporters. This is Tran’s 2nd sponsored compassionate home through her partnership with LSF, and we are immensely grateful for her trust and support.
Once again, LSF is profoundly grateful to Mrs. Tran Boelsterli and her supporters for sponsoring this compassionate charity home and making a huge difference in the lives of Te’s family.